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ESF Peak School

ESF Peak School

20 Plunkett's Road, The Peak, Hong Kong SAR, Hong Kong, China

+852 2849 7211



ESF Peak School
School type Co-educational Day
Founded 1911
Status English Schools Foundation school/Non-Profit
Principal Mr William (Bill) Garnett
Language of Instruction English
Co-ed Age Range 4-11 years
Number of pupils 360
Years 1 to 6 HK$115,800
Non-refundable capital levy: HK$38,000 for each new Year 1 student
Average Class Size 30
Authorised IB Programmes IBPYP
PYP Coordinator Ms Chrissy Etchells-Bailey
Associations ESF,IB,CIS

ESF Peak School opened in 1911 and grew rapidly to serve the needs of the community in the area. We are a two-form entry school with 360 student places in Year 1 to Year 6. At Peak School, our mission is to become effective communicators, confident critical thinkers and enthusiastic life-long learners. In partnership with our community, we strive to have integrity and be socially responsible global citizens. The school prides itself on being a community school that respects and appreciates the contributions of everyone involved.

We offer the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP), which is based on an inquiry approach to learning. Our highly committed and skillful staff ensure that children experience the joy of learning through a curriculum that is relevant, significant, engaging and challenging. At Peak School, students are supported and encouraged to enhance their sense of wonder and creativity through exploration and experimentation, making mistakes and learning from them along the way. Students at Peak School have a lot of opportunity to exercise leadership skills and participate in a range of arts, environmental, and sporting activities.

The school is fortunate to be nestled within the lush hills of The Peak, where we are surrounded by nature and have easy access to trails. The school also boasts of a large playing field, a well-resourced library, and a cosy garden. Most of all, we are proud of the strong family atmosphere that the Peak School community has fostered for over a hundred years.